Carbon market expo

Written on the 11 August 2009

THE Carbon Market Expo is back this year and promises to deliver an even bigger and better line up than last year.

Australia’s premier industry-hosted trade fair and conference for carbon market participants and service providers across Australasia, Carbon Market Expo will be held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre from October 26-28.

The event will be hosted by leading carbon market industry associations Environment Business Australia and the Asia-Pacific Emissions Trading Forum, with the Gold Coast City Council.

Carbon Market Expo Australasia 2009 is a high-level market event that brings Australian business leaders and their international counterparts together.

This will be a premium networking event as well as a source for the latest information concerning carbon markets in Australasia.

The expo will comprise a carbon market trade fair integrated with a conference program of keynote plenary and panel presentations.

It will also include a series of technical workshops addressing cutting-edge issues in evolving carbon markets and low carbon technologies.

The trade fair provides an opportunity for private sector and government businesses to showcase their activities, services and products in the emerging carbon market.
More info and registration: www.carbonexpo.com.au


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